|Altitude:||184 m (605 ft)|
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Lyallpur was the headquarters of the Lyallpur District, Punjab during the British period. It was named after Sir James Lyall, the Lieutenant-Governor of Punjab. In 1979, it was renamed as Faisalabad in honour of King Faisal of Saudi Arabia who died in 1975.
- Imperial Bank of India (after 1920)
- "The Lyalls in India" by Ihsan Aslam May 27, 2005 The Daily Times, now an archived page.
- Faisalabad Clock Tower 9 May, 2016. Radio Pakistan. It was completed in December, 1905